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Missing messages or warning in Monitor

Hi,

I am doing delta initilation from R/3 . In monitor the respective Request is turned into yellow. In the detail tab i found something wrong under 'processing' of a specific datapackage. In this step,upto update rules is OK,The remaining things( Upate and Processing end) are in yellow state.

The step by step analysis is given as follows:

It is possible that data packets must be processed manually.

How can i rectify this problem. If i rectify this by manually uploading, should i need to do manually upload by specific package(where the eroor occurs) or should i complete uploading from PSA.

With rgds,

Anil

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2005 at 09:10 AM

    First you should check why the step did not complete succesfully (ST22, SM21, RFC entries,...). If this does not tell you anything, try to debug (right click on datapackage --> simulate update) the specific package.

    Once you know were it went wrong, take corrective actions. Force your request to red and reload the full PSA.

    kr,

    Tom

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    • A few option exist, first put request to red and delete it from the cube. Now you should be able to use the button "process manually" in the monitor. If not got to the PSA tab in the administrator workbench, right click on the PSA with the error and choose "update immediately"

      Hope it helps,

      Tom

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2005 at 09:38 AM

    Go to PSA and search for the respective infosource. In the context menu u will find update to data target. Click then a new job is scheduled to upload from PSA to Data target and U can see the status in monitor.

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